BES IT Systems and D-Link Australia have enjoyed a long and prosperous relationship. We have been working with D-Link for a good 20 years, originally in the retail shop, but very quickly expanding into commercial and educational environments.
A couple of weeks ago we were lucky enough to have received a box of presents from our friends over at Logitech. We are still unpacking this box of goodies and trying out our new toys.
Many of us who have worked in desk jobs for more than a few years will have experienced some discomfort caused by poor posture and ergonomic misadventures at our desks.
The IT industry is full of jargon, and since “Cloud” we see the term MSP everywhere. What is an MSP? An MSP is known in our industry as a Managed Services Provider.
Over the years we have seen backups transform in both the way they are executed and the way they are relied upon in a business. What should you be using these days?
WSAT or SAT; more jargon from the IT industry. Just what everyone needs. However, this time the jargon is just what we need.
Not just the IT industry, but every business in Australia should become aware of this latest acronym. SAT or Security Awareness Training should not be ignored (PS: in our business the "W" is for Webroot, our preferred end point protection product, or Antivirus in the old language).
Earlier this week I had the opportunity to sit down with Adam Dawson from Aruba Networks to find out a little more about their latest product. The name has changed a few times, but at the time of our catch up, it is known as the Aruba User Experience Insight Sensor.
In the last 12 months we have seen the transition to cloud based services explode and many schools find it challenging to juggle multiple applications whilst maintaining control, ease of use and most of all security. Data Spot 365 for Education addresses those challenges and provides school a safe and secure workspace.
Topics: data spot 365
Topics: data spot 365
Last week, a prankster was able to secure Prime Minister Scott Morrison's official web domain and put up a funny photo and audio link to the 2006 Euro Trip classic punk song 'Scotty Doesn't Know.' Funny, but also a serious security breach that could have been a disaster had the prankster had more villainous ambitions.